I've heard various ideas such as limiting it only after mods have expended their points (this will require implementing a cooldown to prevent a user from getting points again too soon). I want to hear your feedback, and I'll roll together something for the next major update of the site. Leave your comments
Firstoff, a small bug that seems new since 30 Mar, when last I was here (I was on the road, it's not my fault! :)
I click Reply (actually RClick & Open in new tab) and instead of being at the same font size as the page I came from, it's two sizes smaller.
I noticed immediately cuz I need the font set at 120%, and here it was back to default. SeaMonkey sets font on a per-site basis, so it's not a per-page-SM issue, far as I can tell. It had worked normally here until today (or some day since last Sat. anyway).======
In "stuff we can see", I like being able to see all the mods done to any of my comments.
I'm not sure what I think of karma aging... I think another reply has the right of it, that it's liable to encourage a certain type of karma-troll rather than make the rest of us 'work harder'. Good posters post because they have something to say; for good posters, karma is merely a nice byproduct, not the goal.
Can you file this as a bug with screenshots on our github repo? https://github.com/SoylentNews/slashcode [github.com]
I don't know enough abotu CSS to describe the problem in technical terms :-/
I don't see where the bug report thing is...??
Yep, appears it is indeed in the CSS, as I do NOT get the issue when I turn CSS off. (Which I can do with PrefBar.)
https://github.com/SoylentNews/slashcode/issues?mi lestone=2&state=open [github.com] - direct link :-)
I don't see it on the list yet, but it should be at
https://github.com/SoylentNews/slashcode/issues/12 8 [github.com]